INTERACTIONS 2011 : Mathematical Sciences to the proof of Human & Social Sciences
The aim of the colloquium is to bring together mathematically-inclined scientists working on topics inspired by human society, with a view to developing links and fostering research at the interfaces.
The meeting will take place in Paris from 1:30pm on Monday, May 30th to 4:30pm on Tuesday, May 31st.
1st session [Monday 2pm] : Cities
2nd session [Monday 4.15pm] : Networks
3rd session [Tuesday 10am] : Circulations
4th session [Tuesday 2pm] : Opinions
- "Leviathans and General Distrust Can Emerge From Mixing Gossips and Vanity"
Guillaume Deffuant (LISC, CEMAGREF, Clermont-Ferrand)
- "On PDE Models for Some Socio-Economic Problems : Price Formation, Opinion Formation and Human Crowds"
Peter Markowich (DAMTP, Cambridge)